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Self Care Solitaire blog featuring self care suggestions, clinical examples, product recommendations and playlists to help readers identify healthy routines and habits they can incorporate into their own lives


Slow Down/Warm Up


Last week, I provided an example that included winter specific self care for people who may be having a hard time meeting their needs for physical activity due to the season. But for people who have their exercise/physical activity routines in place, there is likely still a need for additional self care ideas related to down time.

In the summertime, we may relax by soaking up the sun on the beach, picnicking in the park, or grilling out in the backyard. These types of self care are not available to most of us in the wintertime, and there are additional cold weather specific needs that come up. Take a look at the products below for ideas about how to relax and take care of yourself during this chilly season.



Protect your skin from the cold dry air with (1.) Burt’s Bees lotion, $7.99 (Walgreens) Trick your brain into thinking you’re soaking up the sun with a (2.) Happy Light, $69.95 ( Escape into an absorbing, magical world through the storyline of (3.) The Windup Bird Chronicle, $12.25, (Barnes&Noble) To warm up, sip some (4.) Earl Grey tea (organic, fair trade) $4.49 ( and cuddle up in this soft (5.) Threshold™ chenille wave throw, $29.99 (Target)

What are some of your go to products for staying warm and cozy when it's cold outside? I would love to hear from you in the comments!